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Heavy Lies the Crown: Bay Street's 'Camelot'

How much you enjoy 'Camelot' will have a lot to do with your taste for classic Broadway-era nostalgia. If this solid, well-performed version seems weighed down, it may have to do with dragging a slightly fusty musical into contemporary relevance.      

Aug 19, 2021
Bernard Goldberg: Here to Stay, This Time

After an absence of more than a decade, Bernard Goldberg is back in East Hampton with a new gallery just off Newtown Lane specializing in American fine and decorative arts from the first half of the 20th century.

Aug 19, 2021
All (the Dominoes) Fall Down

HamptonsFilm's SummerDocs series concludes its 13th season on Saturday with a screening of “Lily Topples the World.” The film will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers with HamptonsFilm's co-chairman Alec Baldwin and its artistic director David Nugent.

Aug 19, 2021
For Auction, Artists Think Inside and Outside the Box

Eighty artists are contributing boxes for the 20th anniversary iteration of East End Hospice's Box Art Auction on Aug. 28.

Aug 19, 2021
Theater Takes the Spotlight at Guild Hall

A look back on one of Broadway's biggest box-office smashes, "The Producers," on its 20th anniversary will be the centerpiece of a weekend of theatrical events presented with Susan Stroman beginning Friday, Aug. 27, at Guild Hall. On Sunday "Tree Confessions" will be performed outside.

Aug 19, 2021
Film Fest Re-Enters the Room

The Hamptons International Film Festival will return this year beginning on Oct. 7 with a fully in-person schedule of events and the opening night film "The First Wave" by Matthew Heineman.

Aug 19, 2021
The Art Scene 08.19.21

New shows from Amagansett to Southampton include work by Hans Noe, Wayne Magrin, Spencer Finch, Peter Spacek, and many others, plus talks at Dia and Pollock-Krasner House, and more

Aug 19, 2021
Bits and Pieces 08.19.21

Shakespeare, music and film, the tell-all as told by celebrities, an artists and writers showcase, a salute to Tony Walton, and a dance party are all in the mix this week.

Aug 19, 2021
The Music Scene 08.19.21

The new and familiar mix it up in this week's live music schedules with jazz and rock, and the return of Dawes and Southern rock to the South Fork.

Aug 19, 2021
A Surprise Meeting in Morocco

David Alpern, a former Newsweek senior editor, looks back on the many pleasures of a trip to Morocco, among them an unexpected meeting at a desert campsite with G.E. Smith and Taylor Barton.

Aug 12, 2021
Celebrating Bach and Performing Live Again

Bach “had an appreciation for the pleasures of being alive,” said Alan Alda in his introduction for the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival's first summer concert. “He was also an obstinate, headstrong grouch who didn’t mind insulting musicians he didn’t admire.”

Aug 12, 2021
Billy Hart: A Jazz Master on the Drums

Jazz returns to Gosman's Dock with Billy Hart-- a drummer "who swings beyond belief" -- joining the Bill O'Connell Quartet for a Hamptons Jazz Fest performance on Sunday.

Aug 12, 2021